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Title: Attitude of Educated Muslim Women towards Modernization and Conservatism
Researcher: Nehvi, Bashir Ahmad
Guide(s): Lidhoo, M. L.
Keywords: Attitude-Muslim Women-Educated-Modernization-Conservatism
University: University of Kashmir
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Abstract: The awareness among women in India with regard to their equal rights and equal participation, with menfolk, in all walks of life, has ushered a new wave of thinking among the educationists, social workers, and such other welfare organisations. This new dimension has generated a host of research studies which have been conducted by men and women in various parts of the country. newlineThe objectives of the study are as under: newline1. To compare the attitude of the urban/rural educated muslim women towards modernization/conservatism; and newline2. To compare the attitude of educated muslim women on the basis of their socio-economic status, towards modernisation/conservatism. newline newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/92867
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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